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Starting the 2022/23 SAR and 2023/24 QIP Processes from a Strategic and Operational Perspective
June 13 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
- How as a provider in the FES and HEI sectors, we design, develop and write a SAR that is used within our organisation;
- How to present a well written effective report that tells the story of how well our learners and we, have performed over the last contractual year, measured against the EIF and ESFA requirements;
- Effective use of our evidence base to make valued judgements against the EIF key judgement requirements;
- Explore as a provider the format and content of each SAR key judgement requirement that does not become too unwieldy as a report or too long;
- Which provider documents can be effectively used as appendices and referenced to in the SAR;
- Top tips to involve your whole provider organisation;
- Identifies our strengths in our provision and quality of education and areas for continuing development/improvement priorities for 2023/24, that mean something for us to take forward and work on as a provider;
- Using the above to inform our curriculum planning for 2023/24 contractual year and help to meet learner career goals, employer, community and stakeholder workforce development needs.
Who should attend
- Higher education institutions with apprenticeship provision
- Adult and community providers
- Local authorities
- Prison service
- Governance board members
- Leaders in the FES and HEI sectors responsible for quality and curriculum
- Quality and curriculum managers
- Sector team leaders
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Maureen Deary, FE and Skills Inspector, Strategic Adviser in Governance, Leadership, Management and Quality
Ian Smith, FES Consultancy Ltd and former Ofsted Senior HMI
Craig Potter, COO, Davies Learning Solutions, The Davies Group